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with steve kornacki, the infamous steve kornacki. julianna goldman, "washington post" columnist jonathan capehart and joining us from washington, d.c., john stanton. john, let me go to you first since you're in d.c. right now the senate is holding a vote or about to hold a vote on the toomey amendment which will broaden carveouts to corporations who might not feel okay with lgtb employees and just not want to abide by this nonstrip nation act. what do you see for the future of this bill? does it stand any hope in the house. >> the hope amongert spokers of the bill is that by including these kind of exemptions they can bring enough republicans in the senate they can have a big vogt vote and bring parish to the speaker. unequivocal speaker has said will not support the bill, encourage lawsuits, move it further to the right to placate him. it will be difficult for supporters of the bill to get republicans to go for it at this point. >> steve, what john said the speaker thinks it's going to increase frivolous legislation. they have done studies where there are discrimination in place and onl
. >> the mayor of toronto spoke words again today. that's all i u need to know. >> plus the guy who found steve jobs and we ka walk our way to recovery and the winner of the cor cor cornacki challenge. ♪ >> house republicans just pushed through a bill allowing insurance companies to sell individual companies even if they are crappy, it sounds similar to the executive fix the president announced. the difference is it allows insurers to sell those plans to new customers as well so you too can get screwed if you want. 39 house democrats voted for the bill. even if it passes the democratically led senate, the president has said it's dead on arrival. jay carney didn't have much to say about the upton bill but happy to spin the numbers and we reported it here first. >> what we did not expect was that we would have the precise problem we had come october 1st. if we had expected that, we wouldn't have been promoting the launch of the website in the way we were. >> nbc's kristen welker, insurance company ceos just arrived for meeting with the president. what do we hear about that? >> just to put this
it came and where did it land? as you can see -- >> watch out, steve! i have another one coming. >> steve, that was then. this is now! fire! u.s. companies are getting prepared for a big spike pass the cost to you and it does not stop there. hope you had a great weekend, welcome back as we begin. martha: i had a great weekend. good morning, everybody. this is a very big development because close to 200 million people get their health insurance like you probably do from your employer. but you could soon suffer a big sticker shock and all of this. meanwhile one of the top hospitals in america, the cleveland clinic held up at the great success story by president obama is now seeing the cold, hard truth to this thing. laying off workers, slashing their budget to pay for the bills that have been run-up. bill: stuart varney pleading that coverage. first to you, the matter of the cost to the employees. stuart: obamacare forces all of us to get insurance. next year we will have to enroll in an insurance plan, that means far more people will be enrolling in the employment health plan off
of "up with steve cornaki." it seems possibility of women who will make a big difference in 2014 because they've been so energized by so many of the sort of crazy measures passed at the state level. >> i mean, this is a huge warning sign, i think, for the republican party. and specifically look at virginia, everything was in line for favor of republicans winning this election. it had been 40 years since the white house party had won an election, a gubernatorial election, in virginia. this was an off year election. we have been talking nonstop for the last two years about how this democratic coalition only shows up in presidential elections. >> that's right. >> only shows up when obama's on the ballot. and let's be honest about it, the democratic nominee in virginia was not the most inspiring candidate. this was a candidate with dangerously poisonously high unfavorable numbers. so republicans should have won this election. not only did they fail to win the election, but when you look closer at the numbers you're seeing this pronounced gender gap. and you're seeing it's not just, you say t
't noticed that. the governor in that state, steve beshear, has been very brave and very conscience in making those exchanges work. he's not playing to the politics of the state. and suddenly, people all over kentucky who probably never even thought of voting for barack obama, are signing up for obama care. >> krystal ball and professor bob shrum, thank you for joining us. coming up, a new school of thought. the president's vision for universal pre-k begins to take shape. next. ♪ [ woman 1 ] why do i cook? to share with family. [ woman 2 ] to carry on traditions. [ woman 3 ] to come together even when we're apart. [ male announcer ] in stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy and more, swanson makes holiday dishes delicious. his day of coaching begins with knee pain, when... [ man ] hey, brad, want to trade the all-day relief of two aleve for six tylenol? what's the catch? there's no catch. you want me to give up my two aleve for six tylenol? no. for my knee pain, nothing beats my aleve. no. humans -- even when we cross our "t's" and dot our "i's," we still run into problems. that's why liberty mut
spectacle and full-blown revolt. your colleague, steve cohen from tennessee said sometimes they, the white house, takes us for granted. we're on the front lines and they need to come up with something and many of them are talking about fred upton and an unnamed house democrat said about the white house this, that it has no plan b. no apparent fix and they're clueless on top of. that upon pill clinton sure didn't make it easier. they need to figure out something by friday fast. is that what we're seeing now, sir, is the fact that the white house is now trying to get out on the heels of president clinton coming out and saying, you know what? if the president said that they have a plan that they like they should be able to keep it. he needs to fix that. >> well, i know there's a lot of frustration and people say things when they're frustrated that they would not say had they had time to think about it, but let me say this. the upton bill is not a good bill, and i want to say to the american people, in the upton bill, he allows insurance companies to continue to sell these sub-standard policie
'm dave clark. let's check weather and traffic. steve's right over there. >> thank you. we do have some high clouds over us. it looks like they are beginning to fill out. a few 40s but nothing compared to a couple of mornings ago. we had a lot of 30s. some locations, san francisco still in the upper 50s. it won't take much although the higher clouds, a little puff of a westerly breeze will bring the temperatures down. sun and clouds here. cool, mild, warm. mostly sunny. higher clouds will ease out. you can see we're almost on the back side of a few of these. high clouds, mostly sunny. very calm conditions. maybe a hint of a north breeze. more of a werl later on -- westerly later on. here's sal. >>> good morning. we're looking at a tough commute on this thursday. traffic is going to be busy all over the place. we'll start off with the bay bridge toll plaza. live picture of the traffic here cueing up. it's backed up for about a 25, 30-minute delay before you make it into san francisco. lower peninsula looks good now but, of course, that will change this evening. you should plan ahead. 101
chairman steve israel joins me live. thanks for joining me. >> thank you for having me on. >> i want to start on that point. congressional democrats had a lot of political momentum after the shutdown. it looked like terry mcauliffe was going to win by a fairly reasonable margin last night, but he really just eked out a win. a lot of people think if ken cuccinelli had had a few more days to hammer the president's rocky rollout of his health care website, that he could have won. so how concerned are you about the political liability of the health care law in the 2014 races? >> well, first of all, cuccinelli tried to make this a referendum on the affordable care act, continuing this obsession with repealing it and defunding it. he couldn't seal the deal. this was a referendum on whether you embrace the ted cruz, john boehner, ken cuccinelli approach to government, which is shut down, slow down, crisis, inflicting pain on the economy in order to achieve partisan objectives. democrats were able to run on that, and that did seal the deal. moderate voters do not embrace the ted cruz, john b
on water. both expected to be okay. speaking of okay, here's steve. >> thank you very much, brian. a controversial textbook now approved by the texas school board despite concerns it is factually incorrect on a number of issues, including climate change and fracking. oil and gas professional becky berger tried persuading the texas board against adopting the book but to no avail. our next guest is not surprised. we're joined by a former member of the texas state board on education, cynthia dunbar joins us. becky berger stood in front of the board considering this textbook and said you can't have our kids read this. it is one-sided and riddled with air. they said we're going to print it any way with some changes. >> right. what's interesting is issues with errors in textbook is very common. nobody wants to think there are errors in textbook. those error concerns come up all the time. then it comes down to the question of are these factually octoberable errors or -- factually objectionable errors. then the problem comes where is the pool of information? if conservation make the compl
more about that. a member of congress, we have steve cohen, a democrat from tennessee, he was critical. he is going to join us live after this. we will talk to him in a second. if you've got copd like me, . >> i'm just going to keep on working as hard as i can around the priorities that the american people care about and i think it's legitimate for them to expect help to have to win back some credibility on this health care law in particular and on a whole range of these issues in general.l and you know that's on me i mean, we filmbled the rollout on this health care law. >> on thursday on the eve of that vote in the house on fred upton's 13 democratic defectors, i want to bring in steven conof tennessee. congressman, i appreciate you taking the time. so the head lean i guess coming out of that vote i guess is the democratic revolt everybody talked about didn't materialize with 39 defections, when you look at the fix the president put forward in the last segment, you have stated health insurance commissioners bauming at the idea of implementing this you had a meeting of insurers walkin
. 43% were for the incumbent governor there. with me now john feehery and steve mcmahon. it's so fascinating. but hillary clinton is a media star. she's a worldwide celebrity who's got no blemish on her, she comes into this thing still as the iconic figure to beat. around here the executive producer and i were trying to figure out numbers. we all thought that christie would lose to her about five or six. hillary's beating him in his own state right now. >> i remember when everyone thought it's going to be hillary clinton and rudy giuliani. remember that? i think it would be a huge boost for chris christie. he's proven he could win. >> close to hillary running with her in the exit polls. >> i think it makes him look very good. very blue state. and you know what? if he's going to be the favored son, i predict if he runs against hillary -- >> let me tell you something. we're the kitsds that snuck down around midnight to see what was going on. get this straight. we're the ones that look early. okay? your thoughts. >> here's what's interesting. he's a favored son in new jersey. she's
was really interesting. republican strategist steve schmidt said something that i want to play and get your reaction. >> there's change elections and there's more of the same election. if you look at where we are right now, it looks like we're heading into a change election. and that gives the republican candidate, particularly if they're from outside of washington -- >> are you concerned that after eight years of president obama people will be looking for change and maybe looking for a fresh face and turn away from hillary. >> well, if they look for change they're going to look for hillary because the change will be electing a woman for the first time. but also an unbelievable candidate who's qualified to run and to govern. and i think that that's what voters are going to look for. there's a lot that's going to happen between now and 2016. so we all ought to be on the lookout. >> some of the questions in the last 24 hours have asked if hillary clinton is progressive enough. questions were raised after a piece in the new republic highlighted elizabeth warren as a possible 2016 contender. a
adam and eve, not adam and steve. if the senate tomorrow makes the mistake of approving the employment nondiscrimination act proposed bit distinguished senator from massachusetts, it will pave the way for liberal judges to threaten the policies of countless american employers and in the long run put in question the legality of the defense of marriage act. >> this produced a particularly dark day for the gay rights movement. on september 10th, 1996, the senate passed the defense of marriage act overwhelmingly and then an hour later, it rejected enda 50-49. a week after that, bill clinton signed doma. that was 17 years ago. in some very big ways, the world changed a lot since then. states are now legalizing gay marriage. half of all americans now live in states where it is the law. the defense of marriage act is history, gays can now openly serve in the military. but for protection from job discrimination, there has been no progress there at the federal level. nearly every congress since 1994 has reintroduced enda. and watched it collect dust. this past week, it finally got a vote in the
to congress. it's a deep barrel. back to the hearing. you will hear from the main players and steve hayes next. bill: representative cummings will deliver his opening statement. we'll hear from todd park, henry chow. there is growing pressure by democrats to fix it. 5 million have been kicked off their insurance. how do you get it back. mike mccaul is also about to start a hearing on internet security. >> there are 500 bogus web sites, fake web sites that say it's obamacare but it's not. it's not healthcare.gov. these other web sites true to lure you in. bill: you say dissecting this law now or rebuilding it is like playing that jim ganga where you try to knock a piece out and make sure the pile doesn't fall down. >> this is the fundamental problem with what democrats are facing. you can't pull one little piece out and expect it to stand or pull one after another and try to rebuilt as it's currently structured. i think this is occurring to people and i think that's why you are seeing democrats having trouble defending the law. >> our brain room did some research this morning. this is what they
by staff -- i don't know, art, the letter was to you or to steve moore or to me or somebody disowning saying the reagan tax cuts helped the rich and the kennedy tax cuts didn't help the rich, which is utter nonsense. if anything, the kennedy tax cuts had more powerful incentive effects than the reagan tax cuts. >> yeah, it was for sure to steve moore. i think it was addressed to me as well. but i'm not sure. and it was co-authored by caroline as well. but the truth of the matter is, bobby kennedy was as pro-tax cuts and growth as was jack kennedy. the problem with the younger kennedys is they never got to get the direct experience from their fathers. they never did. they were told about their dads from all sorts of other people because their dads were killed. and what happened is i took joe kennedy in to patrick moynahan's office to explain to him what bobby kennedy was going to run on in that race, which was really going to be reagan's tax cuts. >> i know you worked on joe. i remember that period. >> joe was wonderful. joe is great. >> joe's a great guy. it didn't really rub off. >>
a floor and a work schedule with our good friends from "up with steve kornacki," which as many of you know airs right before this show. now, during the last few weeks, i have seen many contestants come and go, rise and fall, all while testing their smarts in steve's popular political game show "up against the clock." now, the brilliant minds that have graced the podium range from congressman rush holt to "the washington post's" jonathan capehart. you get a little bit of intellectual credibility from one of the smartest people around, steve kornacki. so i was honored when steve invited me to be a contestant on the show next saturday. here's the thing. my team and me, we consider ourselves nerds. while the folks over at "up," we call them wonks. now, nerds handle the analytic part of information. tell us what happens, and we'll tell you what it means. but wonks, they just know everything. so in order to make all of my melissa harris-perry viewers proud, i have spent the last week in serious training. i'm ready, coach. ♪ lbj was president in 1964. oh! >> all right, kid. give me 25 reps. >>
. the agreement provide no immunity for any individual. including the company's billionaire owner steve cohen. >> his firm will no longer be able to manage money for the outside investors. >> this say o sea of agreement s on the verge of a 13 million-dollar agreements. both cases challenging the notion that some wall street firms are too big, too powerful and too important to the economy to prosecute. some and lists say criminal charges against chase would be a truer test. >> the sec didn't pose the same risk to the economy as a too big to jail problem as go the city bank or bank of america or wells fargo or jp. mor morgan would. if you had one of those banks charged criminally it would limit their ain' ability to trat business and they would have massive lay-offs and it would hurt the economy. raj is also serving an 11 year prison se sentence. prison charges against cohen are still possible. >> and the sec capital fine was not the only big settlement announced today. johnson & johnson was accused of paying kickbacks to doctors and a for pharmaceutical provider ad marketing drugs that are not
the obamacare supporters, putting out an email targetting new york congressman steve israel and is read: >> was that a warning shot across the bow not just for red state democrats, but blue state democrats that they will be tarred with obamacare? >> yes, republicans have a strategy. john boehner announced the strategy after the end of the shutdown and when he spoke to the republican caucus. he said, "remember our strategy for stopping obamacare - it is tarted legislative strikes aimed at shattering the legislative coalition that the president used to force this law on the nation. namely what they want to do is split the democrats. they want to have democrats cowering in terror over having to run next year with a burden of defending the law, and the expectation is a lot of democrats will defect and the upton bill will pass the house. the danger is it could pass the senate. the president will veto it, it could be a situation with the democratic coalition shattered to pieces. that is the republican strategy. >> more than 3.5 years later after this was signed into law we are still discussin
app applegate and steve carell. the film is getting great reviews. i will keep you posted. >> i may have worked at that cable news network. thanks so much. a lot of great movies to see. >> second skbersment. so many great films. >> we'll take it. thanks for the tips. have a great holiday watching movies. up next who will be best in show. we'll get a preview there you go of the national dog show airing on nbc today with dived fry. a fr above, and still pay the mid-size price. (aaron) purrrfect. (vo) meee-ow, business pro. meee-ow. go national. go like a pro. >> right after the macy's parade, rare and new breeds of dog at the dog show. the winner will be announced during nbc's thanksgiving special at noon today. more than 170 breeds and we are strutting to win best in show. david frye is the cohost of the national talk show who is here with his cav lower king charles spaniel, angel. angel is very different because she is a therapy dog. that was the theme of this year's show. >> we have therapy dog ambassadors that we did to honor the dogs. we talked to people about getting involved as
. adam: deal or no deal. steve cohen's sac capital is expected tuilty. there is still a chance that the deal could fall apart and sac could go to trial. here is how the dollar is moving today. [ male announcer ] what if a small company became big business overnight? ♪ like, really big... then expanded? ♪ or their new product tanked? ♪ or not? what if they embrace new technology instead? ♪ imagine a compans future with the fute of trading. coany profile. a research tool on thinkorswim. from td ameritrade. adam: oil is moving higher on civil unrest in libya where some of the worst fighting in months broke out in tripoli. want to look what oil is doing right now, as traders keep a close watch over a meeting between western countries and of course iran over its nuclear program. fox business contributor phil flynn from price futures group is in the trading pits of the cme. just how serious is the issue in libya? >> it is very serious. you can see that played out in the market, especially if you look at the spread between the brent crude what we trade in europe and wti crude.
from new york. i'm chris hayes. and i'm dressed this halloween as steve kornacki. we've got lots of politics tonight, starting at the white house, where you might have noticed, it's been something of a rough couple of weeks for the president. with the rocky rollout of his signature health reform law dominating the news, the political toll is real and it is getting worse. and nowhere is the damage more apparent than in the latest polling from nbc news, where president obama's approval rating has fallen to an all-time low of 42%. that is a five-point drop from just earlier this month. these numbers, as bad as the
puzzling. because something called value penguin, and steve morris, an individual computer electrical engineer out in california have been able to get the websites to work and get you the information. and you would think that it should be relatively easy for the government to do that. so we have to get those aspects up and running and make it very easy to do that. plus the actual sign-up. and once that happens, most of the chatter we hear about the cancellations and all the other stuff would go away. >> i want to bring in ezra klein. what do we see on the traction, you have jeff merkely, of oregon who has co-sponsored it. am i wrong that it is not a very good idea? >> no, it is not a very good idea. now, it is an idea -- it is only a good idea if they can never get the website working, right? so what i think you're really seeing here is not just a set of policy proposals but an increasing suspicion among the democratic senators, there really is no time line here. not by the end of the month or any time soon. what her proposal would do, it has jeff merkeley on it, dianne feinstein, wha
. >> there were texans in 2000 who voted for pat buchanan, steve forbes, didn't vote for bush. it's true scepticism from the left and right will be a challenge for him. if you're governor and running for president you want polls to show your states are behind you. there are lots that won't be for chris christie, lots. >> the idea it's a squish. it's backed up by a solidly conservative record. >> i don't think he's a switch. i don't know if people examined the death of conservatism or broker bipartisan reform or legislation with democrats. >> sure, no, i wasn't suggesting you said that. i think he'll have a strong answer to the people who lobbed the charge of him. he's not mitt romney, the godfather of obama care. mitt romney still won the election. chris christie will have a lot of arguments to make about how he was a solidly conservative governor, vetoed infrastructure project, opposed family planning, all over the place on climate change and so on. >> i think the other thing that is tbd is whether jersey style translates to national politics. calling people jerks and shouting them down
." >> rick perry is there, ted cruz stopped by to hunt pheasant with congressman steve king last month. are republicans really already jockeying for position in 2016? >> absolutely. this is tea party idol and you're going to iowa, dawg. you're going to see more and more of this. these guys have to start fund-raising early. you know the obscene amounts of money they will have to raise to run for office. and keep in mind, it's going to be a very entertaining 2016 field. it's not going to be like the clown car 2012 was for the gop. you'll see what passes for heavy intellectual hitters in that campaign. mike lee, ted cruz, marco rubio, jeb bush, chris christie. the anti avengers in a bizarro universe, everyone fighting each other. so i think it's going to be a lot of fun to watch. mana for comics. and i would love to see sarah palin use that primary process as an excuse to keep her career going a little while longer. >> well, if we draw back and look at the broader field of republicans, chris christie with his recent re-election in new jersey, augers well for people who believe, look, we n
of terror to an end. >>> to quote steve martin, when i die, don't think i'm a nut, don't want no fancy funeral, just one like old king tut. the bad news, a limestone figurine of king tut's sister is missing after a museum heist in egypt. the museum was ransacked by looters in august of 400 priceless artifacts unaccounted for, the statue of the king's sister is considered the most significant. egypt has issued an international alert to try to find her. keep your eyes peeled. she's 35 years old, gray and answers to the name of daughter of the pharoah. >>> when we come back, it's part of his job consoling the nation had its darkest hours but how does president obama himself get through tough times like now? my next guest is one of the people the president leans on. customer erin swenson ordered shoes from us online but they didn't fit. customer's not happy, i'm not happy. sales go down, i'm not happy. merch comes back, i'm not happy. use ups. they make returns easy. unhappy customer becomes happy customer. then, repeat customer. easy returns, i'm happy. repeat customers, i'm happy. sales
by republicans and democrats and even in some very republican districts like congressman steve king's district. we have a failure of leadership in john boehner to move this forward. probably the number one question asked, whether immigration reform will ultimately succeed and what i tell them, remember how we hurt so much, yes we can and said that to president obama during his two campaigns, that came from chavez, one of chavez's other catch phrases was, the struggle continues, meaning no matter where we are, no matter what the odds are against us, we will keep going. i think the pro reform is right now. >> you mentioned chavez, organizing workers and latino and we see what the dreamers are doing, i was looking at the bakersfield, california, had interesting video, dreamers and young people storming mccarthy's office just to ask whether they were going to hold a vote on this at this point. that drew him to say something he drew him to say, yeah, we'll try to do that next year. then john boehner was push the on this in public. i want to quickly play that sound. >> got to find somebody to get th
. but it is something we intend to fix. steve. >> do you have reason to believe iran would walk away from nuclear talks if congress rolls out new sanctions? would a diplomatic breakdown at this stage leave you no option for military action? how do you respond to your critics on the hill who say it was only tough sanctions to got iran, only tougher sanctions will make them capitulate. >> let me make a couple of points. number one, i've said before and i repeat, we do not want iran to have nuclear weapons. and it would be not only dangerous to us and our allies, but it would be destabilizing to the entire region and trigger a nuclear arms race that would make life much more dangerous for all of us. so our policy is iran cannot have nuclear weapons. i'm leaving all options on the table to make sure we meet that goal. point number two, the reason we have got such vigorous sanctions is because i, i and my administration put in place when i came in office international structure to have the most effective sanctions ever. and so i think it's fair to say that i know a little bit about sanctions since we set th
other than the folks across the street. fox news channel steve douchey jumped on the obama care distraction bandwagon. he wasted no time spreading the absurd idea. >> oh, isn't that curious timing. out of nowhere, you know, the amidst of obama care not unrolling correctly, the president's poll numbers never been lower. look, john kerry polls are out of his head and changes the subject. >> that's absolutely amazing. neil saw it too. he said, hey, let's get a promo running for their obama care distraction, special report coming up. >> hey. look over here. is the administration trying to distract america from obama care? where do they want your attention? herman cain on a can't miss. >> there's an expert. if you need an expert advice on foreign policy, there is nobody smarter than the pizza man. herman cain was at the top of his game when it came to international issues. >> i'm ready for the gotcha questions, and they're already starting to come. and when they ask me who is the president of u becky becky stan stan, you know i'm going to say you know, i don't know. do you know? >> i
't buying it." not only are people in kentucky buying it, they're loving it. according to figures by steve beshe beshear, last week, more than 50,000 people signed up for health care coverage with over 45,000 enrolled in medicaid. now, this is a state where nearly one in six people are uninsured. as governor beshear made it clear last month, the people in kentucky are looking at the importance of expanding health care coverage and overlooking the rhetoric of kentucky's congressional delegation. >> people, number one, are eager to find out. they're going on this website in droves. and number two, when they really dig down and they look, man, they like what they're finding, and they're going away with affordable health care for the first time in their lives. >> if obama care continues to improve and if what's happening in kentucky takes shape at the national level, we might soon be hearing more reactions like this one from kentucky. after a 35-year-old man found out he qualified for insurance for the first time in his life, well, thank god. i believe i'm going to be a democrat. and that soun
the to play you a little sound from steve green, who is actually the president of hobby lobby, and he discussed the intersection of his faith and the law with none other than glenn beck. take a listen and i want your response on the other side. >> there is a certain comfort that we have that when things are not in our control, that it's in god's control. and in that sense, we're in good hands. >> so zerlina, the idea that essentially mr. hobby lobby wants to put the family planning decisions of the women who work for him in god's hands, right? >> exactly. and i think that's really disturbing. i can imagine a scenario where you're on a job interview. say you're a married woman without children and not on birth control. your boss can say are you on birth control and you're probably not going to get hired because the likelihood you're going to have a baby is high. it already happens now to women who are mothers or, you know -- going to have children in the very near future. they're discriminated against in hiring. that's why we have the wage gap. >> although it's illegal. >> it's legal i
conservatives. our next question is from steve wallace, who wants to know, what's your favorite holiday, thanksgiving or christmas. well, i can say a lot of good things about thanksgiving, because i like to eat, and love having the family around. but there's really nothing better than christmas. the birth of jesus, the warmth of family. and i think for this country and community, christmas is an amazing time of year. it's nice to know that the majority of americans really, really feel good this time of year. stick around. rapid response panel coming up next. >>> i'm julia boorstin with your cnbc market wrap. the dow up just under 1 point, the nasdaq added 23 points. home prices went up 27% in keys december, a 13% jump from a year ago, the biggest gain in eight years. >>> consumer confidence took a hit in november, down to its lowest level in seven months. tiffany shares up after topping expectations in the third quarter. profits jumped 50%, driven by strong sales. that's it from cnbc, first in business worldwide. [ female announcer ] can it get any cleaner? with swiffer bissell steamboo
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